Exemptions help you keep your property when filing for bankruptcy. We help you decide if you should file for bankruptcy and how to keep your property.
Whether or not you can keep your personal injury settlement award when you file for bankruptcy depends on a number of different factors.Read More →
What it means and what to do if a bankruptcy trustee says you owe money or an asset to the bankruptcy estate.Read More →
Yes, you can usually keep a personal injury award to the extent it is protected by exemptions, either federal exemptions or your state’s exemptions.Read More →
As of January 2019, the following states allow you to use either that state or Federal bankruptcy exemptions.Read More →
Whether or not funds in your child's 529 plan are protected when you file bankruptcy depends on how long ago you deposited the funds in the account.Read More →
The exemptions you choose will play a big role in determining how much of your stuff the trustee can sell to repay your creditors. Most Upsolve users select the Federal exemptions, but the choice that is right for you will depend on your answers to two questions.Read More →
Most people who file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy end up keeping all their property. But that’s by no mean a given. Before filing for bankruptcy, it’s very important to know which exemptions will apply to your property and whether they can protect your property.Read More →